Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 21, 1964 · Page 2
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, June 21, 1964
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2 SUNDAV, .'!;•:£ 21, 1964, Know/es Explains "Ethics Vote Slaip Sen. .fosse Knnwlcs of I I.;ikr Cha r 1 o s Saturday ex-j plainorl his vote against an i amendment (o the code of ethics hill !;i<f Thursday. Thf ar.ii'-ndment \va< one 1 of several designed to cripple the , bill and innke tho code incpera- ' ivr. Kmr.vles said. ; Knowlrs and Sen. A. C. Cle- ; ,vmns of Jennings voted against | (lie amendment which would | have made the code of ethics j apply to all officials, state and ! lorai. It failed by a 17-19 vote. • The code ns passed applies to ' slate officials and other slate employes. Roth Knnwles and (.'lemons : voted for the ethics hill when it.: passed the Senate that same • dav. "Two stale senators led efforts to add crippling amend-; ments to the code and \ve vol.-1 ed against them so that the code ! of ethics cmild hr completely effective.' 1 Kiiowles said. OBITUARIES MRS. EVA CARRIER Funeral services for Mrs. Eva Carrier. 56. resident of 2008 Ford St., will be held Monday at 9 a.m. at. Sacred Heart. Church. Ilev, J. F, Mongers wUl conduct funeral services. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery under (he direction of Gilmore Funeral Home. Mrs. Carrier died Saturday at (i a.m. in a Lake Charles hospital. She was born In Opelousas and had lived in Lake Charles for the past 3fi years. She was a member of the High Benevolent Association. A Rosary will he saM at 7:30 p.m. today at her residence. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Lucy M. Frank of Lake Charles; 'her father, Jimmic Carrier of Lake Charles; one brother, Nolton Carrier of Port Barre; and eight grandchildren. MRS. H~rCAGLE DKHIDDKR (.Spl.i -- Funeral services for Mrs. Henry J. Cagle, fid, of DeRidder, will be held at 4 p.m. (oday at the Mount'First Methodist Church. Rev. Robert Jamieson will officiate. Burin) will bo in Die Rcauregard Cemetery under the direction of Tlixsrm Funeral Home of DeRidder. .She was a member of a pioneer Beauregard Parish family and the daughter of the late Judge and Mrs. W. A. (Gus) Martin of DeRidder. Mrs. Cagle died Saturday afternoon at her residence here. She was a member of the First Methodist Church, the DC- Ridder chapter of Order of Eastern Star, DeRidder Garden W U ere Held On Murder Try A 27-year-old Negro man re- i ra>ocl from Anpola penitentiary ; T iiur-;dav is being held in Ca'l- : ;-vrii JH'! for aggravat- ;• i ha!ler> and attempted mur- .1 .. S'ic-risf H'.'nrv A. Reid said. •••>h s'vv'-r-. Mumhreaux of ~ r '7 Sn l ! ; e M=)i> S!. was taken in• i cuModv Saturday night by : 5iam State troopers. "(•rvp; i< n'.leaed to have t'.vn brothers. Rodney ••• '''•'?' i of 7 n " Malcolm •' 2'." 1 '! Wiick of Opelou- ' !• I'.i'v. 'lit; an argu- - ' I-,-, rr:r>, ,-,.ir| \o-• •" ! ."iiTesied M o m- ••• "> • c'.rnr-r nf Ope•".' <"'-*m<>n< Streets aft••• '' rl«-'iartm"nt had •< -.-ii 1 '.) d'-scriplion of i b-'i'hcrs assailant. •'•' .'i i; "-'H!\ occurred *"••• ••• '' •'• i a'vr asking "•(ike and V \\';<~ r-n 'o an-ucr ! -:d. P.odnt Y Zr'i . ' ' T :< i : i and A :-. FAIR SKIES — Scattered showers and ihundershowers are forecast today ior the mid -Atlantic states, Ohio Valley, central Great Plains and the northern Rockies. Fair skies will prevail elsewhere. It will be cooler in the extreme north and western portions of the mid-Atlantic states. (AP Wirephoto Map). In Annual Awards !V^ auction, Reid o. 37. was treat.>n i'lt 1 upper left .•.-. /m.), 47. n!• ' f'ir a stab ' •(' !; hriiju the the sheriff said. Ralph Campbell \V;N named "Jaycee of the Year" by the Lake Charles Junior Chamber of Commerce Saturday rii<}ht. Mrs. Mae Falgout was named "Jayne of the Year" by t h e. Jaycee auxiliary. The honors came durum the 18th annual installation a n d awards banquet held at t h e Lake Charles fount r. club K e y m e n awards wenl to Campbell. Charles I.i^uio a n d Charles Landry "Spoke of tiie Year" • o u t- standing first year .layceei award was presented to L i g- gio Charle? Cox 1 Red Kye Saloon committee was selected t *p committee of the year. Presidential awards went (o Bill Ford nf the Pepsi-C 1.1 a Co ; Phillin Shaheen, Lagr:ind Morgan. Claude Abney and Lan- drv Mrs. Genie Flanery was hon- presi- chap- state ored with the •'New Jayne of the Year" award. Liggio was installed as dent of the local Jaycee ter by Landry, a past president. Anthony Milazzo of Bridge City. Tex., a former president of the Lake Charles Jaycees, and Dick Green of Marksville, a past state vice president installed Dave Ciiiillory and Russell . M'ller. vice presidents: Turn Blake, secretary: 0 t r ay Woods. Treasurer: and Claude Abney, Charles Cox, Mike Binkley. Murray Davis, Lester Falgout, Bob Wheeldon. Richard Hebert and Charles ('men. directors. Mr*;. Gwen Barras was installed as president of (he Norma Liggio, Yvonne Shaheen, and Harriet Bordelon, directors. Yvonne Shaheen is the outgoing president. George Sniff, outgoing president, presented the Jaycee awards and gave his 'report for the year. Special quests were Mayor Alfred K. Roberts, Ward 3 Police Juror Gene Wittier, and Wilmer Guillory. vice president of the Chamber of Commerce. Campbell was honored by the Jaycees for his work as public relations chairman during the past year. His public re 1 a- tions portfolio won first place at the state convention. Nolan Landry, head of t h e Lake Charles Mental Health by Mrs. Green Also in- Treatment Center, accepted (he stalled were Mmes. Hazel Sniff, award for Campbell who has vice president. Frances Wheel- recently accepted a position at (•'on. secretary. Bobbie Woods, the state mental hospital at treasurer: and Mae Falgout, Jackson. club, and the Business and Professional Women's club. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Paul Jan IE of Oakdale. and three grandchildren. EUSTIS GUILLORY Funeral services for Kuslis Joseph Guillory, 52. of lfi,1 W. Oak Lane will bo held at 10 a.m. Monday nl Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church. The Rl. Rev, Msgr. Irvin DC- Blanc will officiate. A Ro"'ry will be said at 7:30 p.m. today at Hixson Chapel. Mr. Guillory, a boiler-maker for Local No. 70, suffered chest and head injuries when he fell over 30 feel during the construction of a sugar refinery in West Palm Beach, Fla,, over a week ago. He died at 12:45 a.m. Saturday in a hospital in West Palm Beach. The body was flown here by Hixson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Graceland Ceme-, tcry. ' A well known resident of Lake Charles, Mr. Guiilory had lived here for the past 36 years. He was a member of Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cath o 1 i c Church and Knights of Columbus, No. 4562. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Teresa Guillory; four daughters, Mrs. Stevens Johnson of Eunice, Mrs. James Savoy, and the Misses Janice and Jannie Guillory, all of Lake CharH:; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. rr n- eril Guillory of Eunice; two brothers, Albert Guillory of Lake Charles and Eurick Guillory of Eunice; and three grandsons. JOSEPH77MARTIN PITKIN iSpl.) - Funeral services for Joseph P. Martin, 82, will be held at 3 p.m. today in Arkadelphia Baptist Church. The Rev. Lee Woods will officiate. Burial will be in Blue Branch Cemetery under t li c direction of Arcloin Funeral Hom> of Oakdale. Mr. Martin died at 4:15 p.m. Friday in an Oakdale hospital. Survivors are his wife; three sons, John Glen Martin of Brookland, Tex., William Martin of West Monroe and Ernest ' Martin of Bakersfield, Calif,; i three daughters, Mrs. Nathan Killen of Pitkin, Mrs. Mamie; Belle McCullough of West Mon- ; roe and Mrs. Vergie L. Neal of Pitkin; one brother, George Martin of Oakdale; two sisters, Mrs. Lula Townson of Oakdale i and Mrs. Archie Durand f Pit- Ikin; !8 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. MRS. MlffTE FINDER STARRS (Spl.i - Funeral services will be held at :i p.m. today for Mrs. Mittie E. Pin- (ler, 73, of Starks, who died Friday afternoon in a DeQuincy hospital. Services are to be held at the Gambrell Baptist Church with Revs. Chris Frllliou and Delinon : ' Shultz officiating. t Burial will be in the Smith j Cemetery near Starks under the ! direction of Hixson Funeral Home nf DeRidder. Mrs. Pindcr is survived by; one son, Trevor V. Pinder, o[ Kniintze. Tex., three daughters,; Mrs. Tcvaneal Ogea of Texar- i kana. Ark., Miss A. V. Pinder of Starks, and Mrs. Eva Jones of Kansas City, Mo.; a brother. John Winters Bean of Shrevc- port; three sisters, Mrs. Katie Flanagan of Lake Charles, Mrs. Martha Walters of Jasper, Tex., and Mrs. Mi*tie Binghatn of Orange, Tex.: and 14 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. \ MRS. SADIE SCIMEMI A High Mass for Mrs. Sadie Tramonte Scimemi, GO, a lifelong resident of Lake Charles, will be sung at 11:30 a.m. Monday at St. Hubert's Catholic Church by Rev. Henry Van Boxcl. church pastor. ! Burial will be in Graceland j Cemetery under the direction of j Burke-Hammer Funeral Home.' Mrs. Srinicmi, a resident of! 4CS N. Prater St.. died Saturday j . morning in a local nursing homo, following a long illness. i A Rosary will he said at ' Burke-Hammer Funeral Home at 8:30 p.m. today. She is survived by her husband. Jasper Scimemi; two daughters, Mrs. Lavern Lowe of New Orleans and Mrs. Luke P. Mondello of Lake Charles; a, son. Mich/il J. Scimemi of Lake Charles; three sisters, Mrs. Anthony Lomowaco of New Or-! leans, Mrs. Charles Zeto of Orange, Tex,, and Mrs. John : Guarisco of Chicago, 111., and ; 12 grandchildren and one great- j grandchild. ! MRS. ELLEN SHORT SALTVILLE, Va. (Spl.) Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Woodward Short, 79, of SaJlvilM mother of Mrs. C. W. Tolbel of Lake Charles, were to be heli here today. Mrs. Short died Friday in Saltville. Additional survivors are one daughter. Mrs. Jim Woodarcl of Jacksonville, P'la.; one son, John Henry Short of Saltville, and 11 grandchildren. SIGNATURE LOANS AKKANGKD BY PHOVE Arntiffe yniir loati by phone. Pick up thn cash at your rnn- venlciicp. No en-signers. Same clay nervier. 14-Month Plon M-Momh Plan You Set Mo. nml..tYou Oel. Mo Pnit S 90.00 — 5 5.09 $1028.00 — 547 00 ' S3S8.S? — $50.00 SIJ39.00 - S«l 00 H34.4J - MS.OO J1H8.00 _ «4' M S98.1.8J - $54,00 1IW1.00 - f«700 *Hovo poymonts Include ALL charges DIAL FINANCE CO. Oltll 433-9456 61J ST. Hear this... 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You will find this new system eliminates many dialing confusions. For instance, dialing seven numerals instead of two letters and five numerals eliminates mistaking the letter "0" and the numeral "zero." This new numbering system is part of a nationwide plan which will eventually make it possible for you to dial any number ir the country from you_r telephone! Refer to Your New Directory Before Dialing After 1:01 Sunday morning, June 21, be sure to use your new directory when dialing. Calls will go through promptly and without error if you refer to the number as you dial. NOTE: For "Information" in Lake Charles, Sulphur, Vinton and Sweet Lake, dial "411." For "Repair Service" in Lak* Charles, Sulphur and Sweet Lake, dial 848-6611 For "Repair Service" in Vinton, dial "0." Southern Bell in Louisiana i

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